Spider-Man, whose real name is Peter Parker when not fighting crime, is an iconic comic book character that has been featured in a number of feature films and TV shows through the years. In "Ultimate Spider-Man," Peter Parker is a teenager trying to juggle the usual growing pains of high-school life with the not-so-usual growing pains of being a superhero. Peter is invited to train with Nick Fury's S.H.I.E.L.D. organization, where his masked alter ego joins forces with four other teenage superheroes -- Nova, White Tiger, Power Man and Iron Fist -- as they work to become Ultimate Superheroes.
Iron Man, Hulk, Captain America and newcomer Falcon are members of the Avengers featured in this animated series. Iron Man leads the team, as the heroes live and train in their new headquarters in Avengers Tower. When the team assembles, no villain stands a chance, as the Avengers work together to counter evildoers. Whether they're stopping Dr. Doom from conquering Asgard or preventing Dracula from unleashing vampire hordes, the Avengers do whatever it takes to succeed and make sure that good prevails.
When new Decepticons appear, Optimus Prime summons Bumblebee and gives him the task of saving Earth. To help him, the veteran Autobot assembles a rogue team of young bots to capture the new enemies. The new Autobot recruits include a rebel "bad boy," an elite guard cadet, a bombastic dinobot and a hyperactive mini-con. The recruits provide a challenge for Bumblebee because, while each is a fully capable hero, they are inexperienced when it comes to working as a team. So Bumblebee has to learn how to balance his role as a leader of the new squad with his job of fighting evil forces as he works to complete the mission.
This animated entry in the "Star Wars" franchise fills the gap between the events of "Episode III" and "Episode IV." Imperial forces occupy a remote planet and are ruling -- and ruining -- its inhabitants' lives with an iron fist. A clever, disparate crew aboard the starship Ghost takes a stand against the Empire, facing new villains and colorful adversaries. The rebels on the Ghost include leader Kanan, ace pilot Hera, feisty heroine Sabine, tough guy Zeb and 14-year-old con artist Ezra.
Wander is an eternally optimistic intergalactic traveler who likes to do good things for others. His best friend is a quick-tempered, loyal horse named Sylvia. They travel throughout the cosmos together and go on adventures, making new friends -- and enemies -- along the way. The pair battles evil on the journey, including Lord Hater, the biggest evildoer of them all, and his army of Watchdogs. The animated comedy series was created by Craig McCracken, who also created such animated hits as "The Powerpuff Girls" and "Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends."
The Freemaker siblings head out into space in search of debris that they can use to design and build new vehicles. Spunky 12-year-old Rowan has a thirst for adventure, older sister Kordi keeps the family together while managing the family business, and oldest brother Zander is an ace pilot, who is the clan's self-proclaimed starship connoisseur. When Rowan discovers an ancient artifact with a connection to the Force, the siblings are thrown into an epic battle with the Empire to restore peace to the galaxy. During the clash, the Freemakers learn the true value of family and the importance of sticking together through difficult times.